Pentax K-3 Review
Compared to K-5 II
From the front and top, there are few physical differences between the K-3 and the K-5 II that came before it.
The real changes are on the back, and we're not talking about the 'Ricoh' logo on the K-3. The LCD is now a 3.2-inch display, with a 3:2 aspect ratio. While not visible here, the viewfinder is a bit larger on the K-3, as well. They made quite a few changes to the rear controls too. Notice the new dedicated movie recording button, still/movie switch, and memory card management button. More details on those additions below.
Compared to Nikon D7100
A camera the K-3 will almost certainly be compared to is the Nikon D7100. As the photos above illustrate, the D7100 is the larger of the two cameras, but the K-3 is actually about 40 grams heavier. Both cameras are festooned with buttons and dials, offering similar levels of external control.
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